Evictions After Foreclosure Sales

Eviction notice and gavel on a table.

An individual or corporation that purchases a property at a foreclosure sale can bring a landlord/tenant proceeding to evict the individuals who reside at the residence.

Exhibiting the Deed

Before bringing a landlord/tenant proceeding the owner of the property which was purchased in a foreclosure sale must deliver a copy of the deed to the residents of the dwelling showing they purchased the property. The copy of the deed served on the individuals residing in the premises must be a certified copy.

10 Day Notice to Quit

Prior to bringing the landlord/tenant eviction proceeding, the individuals residing in the house must receive a 10 day notice to leave the premises. In the event a copy of the deed is not properly served on the individuals residing in the house, the landlord/tenant case and 10 day notice are defective and an application can be made to the court to dismiss the Attorney Elliot Schlissellandlord/tenant proceeding based on this defect.

Elliot S. Schlissel and his associates are foreclosure attorneys. They defend homeowners whose homes have gone into foreclosure, they provide legal assistance in obtaining mortgage modifications and, if necessary, they also can file bankruptcy for you to stop the foreclosure from moving forward.

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